Heating Maintenance

  Posted on May 22, 2017

We offer a variety of services from routine service calls and repairs to preventative maintenance to keep your system running at peak efficiency.

Whether you require emergency service for a system breakdown, duct cleaning or another type of service, you can count on us to respond quickly to your needs. Our knowledgeable and extensively trained staff can assess your needs and will provide you with all the information you require to make an informed decision before beginning any work.

Maintenance Agreements

Maintenance agreements consist of the following:

  • Clean and check  furnace
  • Clean and check hot water tank
  • Clean and check central AC unit
  • Change furnace filter
  • Change humidifier filter, if applicable
  • Free “top off” of Freon (up to 1#)
  • 24 hour emergency service
  • No extra charge for after hours service
  • 10% discount on service / repairs
  • 5% discount on any installation

For a fee of $160.00 per year, we service the AC system in the Spring and furnace and hot water heater in the Fall.  Or, for a fee of $95.00, we will service both the furnace and AC in one visit.

Furnace Clean & Check

  • Check thermostat operation
  • Clean and check pilot ignition
  • Clean and check flame sensor
  • Clean and check blower motor (oil bearings, check belt, bearings & pulleys)
  • Check fan on/off relays
  • Clean and check burners and orifices
  • Check primary limit operation
  • Inspect heat exchanger and perform carbon monoxide leak test
  • Check air filter (air cleaner and/or replace filter)
  • Check furnace temperature rise
  • Test flue spill switch operation
  • Check furnace gas line for leaks
  • Check furnace sequence operation

Furnace and Central Air Conditioning Clean & Check

  • Check thermostat operation
  • Clean and check pilot ignition
  • Clean and check flame sensor
  • Clean and check blower motor (oil bearings, check belt, bearings & pulleys)
  • Check fan on/off relays
  • Clean and check burners and orifices
  • Check primary limit operation
  • Inspect heat exchanger and perform carbon monoxide leak test
  • Check air filter (air cleaner and/or replace filter)
  • Check furnace temperature rise
  • Test flue spill switch operation
  • Check furnace gas line for leaks
  • Check furnace sequence operation
  • Clean and check drain line
  • Clean and check outside condenser
  • Oil motors
  • Check Freon level
  • Make sure unit is level
  • Check thermostat operation
  • Check electrical connections and relays
  • Check inside evaporator coil
  • Check temperature rise